Laying Down Colour – Blender Pen Technique This is a technique I did a Video for, for my Watercolor Bundle Virtual Class. It’s a really easy technique to do but quite effective. Using the technique, you can actually make your own colours using Stampin’ Up!’s Watercolor Pencils. So, it’s fun to mix the colours just to see what alternatives you can come up with. Having some Grid Paper under your work definitely helps too. I also drew a faux frame… Read more »

Dragonfly Water Colour Wash What do you think of my Dragonfly Water Colour Wash card?  I’ve used the Inside the Lines Designer Series Paper and laid down a wash of So Saffron. I then cam in and coloured with an Aqua Painter and used Cucumber Crush; Peekaboo Peach; Calypso Coral and Early Espresso. I coloured the  bee with Daffodil delight from the Watercolor Pencils. The Dragonfly is cut using Copper Foil and then I needed a sentiment. So, I went… Read more »

The ladies received a set of Watercolor Pencils, a Clear Mount Case to keep them in and a Template to slide inside the case. This means if they decide to leasve their pencils out of the box, they still have all the necessare information on the Clear Mount Case. So, the card above was the first card they made and the easiest of the four techniques. This card uses the Woodland Textured Impressions Folder and another watercolor Pencil Technique. Wouldn’t this… Read more »

It’s my great pleasure today to participate in this International Sale-A-Bration Blog Hop. The theme is Occasions Catalogue /Sale-A-Bration – can’t live without. I just love, love, love the new Watercolor Pencils from the Occasions Catalogue. They can be used with a variety of techniques and give your projects a real colour lift. Have you tried them yet? No. Oh no!! Watch out for my special one-off Watercolor Pencil Class coming in March. It will consist of 4 different techniques with tutorials… Read more »

DRAGONFLY DREAMS BUNDLE VIRTUAL CLASS SAMPLES Did you miss my February Virtual Classroom Class using the Dragonfly Dreams Bundle? Well here are a couple of the cards I did Videos. These were uploaded to the Virtual Classroom which is hosted in a private Facebook Group because it is secure and you can feel safe using it. However, you will need a Facebook user profile as that’s what Facebook requires. What happens in the Virtual Classroom Once you spend the required… Read more »

Make sure you don’t miss this series. Subscribe to my Video Channel Welcome to my new series of Videos. I have 14 Videos planned all using Sale-A-Bration Products which are FREE when you place a A$90 order. If you live in Australia and you don’t have a demonstrator, I’d love for you to choose me. FREE gift with EVERY Online Order this month. Blending Watercolor Pencils with Blender Pen This was my first Tasty Truck card which uses the gold… Read more »

Don’t you think that’s a fun technique? Stay tuned for more videos by subscribing. I did a brief mention and a list of uses for Sponge Daubers earlier in the week in my Tool Time Video. You can see the video and read the article here. Here’s a closer look at the Dauber Technique behind the Thinlit Die cut of the front of the card. Such an easy and fun technique to do and you could do it for any… Read more »

This is the first in a series of 4 Videos using the Window Shopping Bundle which consists of the Window Shopping Stamp Set (Clear or Wood) and the Window Box Thinlit Dies. Buy as a bundle from the Occasions 2017 Catalogue and save 10%. Now onto today’s card: So, this is my original card. On this card I used Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry then Bermuda Bay and Pacific Point Watercolor Pencils. For the sentiment I used Melon Mambo and Pacific… Read more »

Stampin’ Up! sell a range of tools to help you achieve colour on almost anything. Watch the video and find out more: So great tips and ways to use these products: Sponge Daubers and Sponges: Sponge Daubers give you an easy way to sponge edges and they’re small enough to let you sponge in tight crevices.  You can also use them to make great polka dots! The best way to use Sponge Daubers is to tap them on an ink… Read more »